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31 T-Shirt DIYs That Are Perfect For Summer

The weird tan lines will totally be worth it.

What's the Difference Between Fartlek, Tempo, and Interval Runs?

Here's a quick breakdown of these three major types of speed workouts.<p><i>Hi Jenny, I just read your article,</i> <i>'</i><i>What Should I Do During the Off Season</i><i>?'. Very helpful, thanks! Could you briefly explain to me the difference between fartlek, tempo, and interval runs? Thanks! Mary</i><p>Hi, Mary. Thanks for the …

Should I Stretch Before My Runs?

The Sports Doc says warming up pre-run is better than stretching.<p><i>Hey Doc,</i><p><i>I'm a 35-year-old male running an average of 20-30 miles/week (between 6-10 miles each run). I don't stretch prior to any of my runs...never have. Do you foresee any future issues? Should I be concerned about anything?</i><p><i>Thank</i> …

The Disadvantages of Perfect Pacing

If Kenyans regularly crash and burn during workouts, maybe we should too.<p>Reid Coolsaet, the Canadian Olympic marathoner who writes my favorite running blog, has just returned from a two-month stint in training in Kenya. If you're interested in what the athletes eat at Lornah Kiplagat's High …

Racing Multiple Marathons: Everything You Need to Know

[Warning: This is an ultra-long post, but if you're training for multiple long-distance events this season, it's a must-read.]<p><i>My first 26.2 is March 4th. I plan on doing a second marathon six weeks later. How do I train in between? -Karen</i><p><i>I am running 12 marathons in 12 months in 2012. What is your</i> …

Eva Cheung in Harajuku w/ Pink-Blue Hair, Dee & Ricky Sneakers & Michael Jackson

Eva Cheung (aka Eva Pinkland) is a famous kawaii model from Hong Kong. She was in Tokyo for the last few weeks participating in various fashion …

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Harajuku Girl in Romantic Outfit w/ Cute Franche Lippee Lion Brooch

Meet Misaki, an 18 year old specialty school student in a romantic outfit who we spotted in Harajuku.<p>She is wearing a black t-shirt with a knee …

Kill Star Zombie Crop Top, Garter Leggings & Winged Backpack in Harajuku

Meet Rio and Kita, a couple of students who were shopping in Harajuku when we snapped their pics.<p>Rio is the one to the right, in twin buns and round …

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Green Under Dyed Hair & Gold Jeffrey Campbell Skate Platforms in Harajuku

Here’s a friendly Harajuku girl with a dark stylish look, gold accents, and under dyed hair. When she pulled up the back of her blonde hair for us, …

Sloth Socks

Sloth Socks<p>Some days are more exhausting than others. For those days where you wish you could remain practically motionless there are the Sloth Socks …

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What Are My Carb Needs for Half Training?

Tips on proper running nutrition for your first half-marathon.<p><i>Hey Susan,</i><p><i>I'm preparing to start training for my first half and I'm concerned about getting the right amount of carbs during training. I'm hoping maybe you could give me a few tips on how to better satisfy my carbohydrate</i> …

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How to Pace Your First Half or Full Marathon

The key is to run by how you feel on race day.<p><i>Sandra asks: I’m running my first marathon in</i> <i>Cleveland</i> <i>this May, and I’m wondering if you have any tips on pacing. How fast should I start? Should I use the Pace Team?</i><p>Excellent choice in races, Sandra, and a great question too! My racing philosophy is a …

Boston Marathon Training: Week 10

The day I stop fearing the marathon is the day I’ll stop running them.<p>I don’t keep track of the number of marathons I’ve run. I usually say “somewhere around 75.” That’s close enough for me. The first was in 1965, a Boston Marathon in the pre-qualifying-time days. I was 18 and had never run more …